Tonight, E! is unveiling their latest reality series, Chasing The Saturdays. The show follows the popular UK girl group as they move to L.A. aiming for crossover success in the United States as they work on their latest album
The Saturdays, Frankie Sandford, Mollie King, Una Healy, Vanessa White and Rochelle Humes, recently fielded calls from various media outlets to discuss what viewers will see on their new show and revealed how they feel about being compared to the Spice Girls, their fear of joining the world of reality TV, and what they hope people take away from their new show and upcoming album.
Now that you're working towards gathering your American audience fan base has it affected the way you guys listen to music or create your sound?
We've been together for five years and we're coming out here as ourselves. We're not trying to change for the American audience, because we see that the pop culture from home is really working here with One Direction and The Wanted, and we just want to stay true to ourselves. And we hope the people like us for who we are and that's really what we're going to stay true to.
Are you going to be doing any tours in America?
We would love to. We just [did] that show in New York and we had a show already at The Roxy, which was amazing for us. It was our first headlining show. But we would love to come back and do a massive tour here. That would be a dream definitely.
I don't want to put you guys in the same category, because you are your own group, but sort of like the Spice Girls. Now that you're being introduced to America, how do you think you differ from the Spice Girls?
First of all, we love the comparison of Spice Girls, because it's a massive compliment for us and we love them. But I think we're different in that obviously we're five different girls.